Document accessibility applies to all documents, whether they are posted to a website, a file sharing application, or distributed through email. In general, accessible documents have structural formatting in the form of headings, tables, and lists that allow users to navigate the document. They use descriptive text that describe photos, charts, and graphs to users. When your documents are accessible, everyone can access them, regardless of physical abilities.
In this section you will learn how to make accessible documents using Microsoft and Adobe products. All the document type references in this section can be made accessible when they are used for their intended purpose. Remember to always use:
Microsoft Word as a word processing tool
Microsoft PowerPoint as a presentation tool
Microsoft Excel as a spreadsheet tool
Looking for tips on how to make your documents and social media accessible? We've created accessibility quick cards for easy reference when you are creating your content.